Letzte Meldungen und Publikationen zum Thema Biodiversität

Job Advertisement
  • 23.04.2018
  • UNEP
  • Stellenausschreibung

Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel STAP: Panel Member, Multiple positions

The Global Environment Facility GEF has launched a recruitment exercise to find four new members of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel in climate change, land degradation, biodiversity, and chemicals and waste: these positions will open this summer, and outstanding scientists are encouraged to apply.
Collection entomologique (coléoptères) (P. Wagneur, MHNG)
  • 18.04.2018
  • Stellenausschreibung

Research Officer position in Entomology, Natural History Museum of Geneva

We are seeking a Research Officer in entomology to manage and develop entomological collections and research along with two other Research Officers doing collection-based research on insects. The selection committee will consider applications from specialists in all holometabolous orders of insects.
  • 2018
  • Bericht

Summary for policymakers of the thematic assessment report on land degradation and restoration of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services

Produced by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), the report was approved at the 6th session of the IPBES Plenary in Medellín, Colombia. IPBES has 129 State Members.
IBS 2018/129
  • 2018
  • Forum Biodiversität Schweiz Geschäftsstelle
  • Newsletter

Informationsdienst Biodiversität Schweiz IBS Nr. 129

Der Klimawandel treibt Schneehasen in die Höhe
  • 04.04.2018
  • Meldung

Open Call: Second Review by Governments and Experts Now Open for the IPBES Global Assessment

The external review for the second order drafts of the chapters and the first draft of the Summary for Policymakers of the IPBES global assessment of biodiversity and ecosystem services will start on 30 April and last until 29 June, 2018.
Yellow terraces quarry stone exploitation
  • 26.03.2018
  • Medienmitteilung

Worsening Worldwide Land Degradation Now ‘Critical’, Undermining Well-Being of 3.2 Billion People

Worsening land degradation caused by human activities is undermining the well-being of two fifths of humanity, driving species extinctions and intensifying climate change. It is also a major contributor to mass human migration and increased conflict, according to the world’s first comprehensive evidence-based assessment of land degradation and restoration.